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Mechanical Engineering Quality Engineer

Raritan, New Jersey, 08869, United States
October 05, 2016

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Ph. # 214-***-****

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Dallas, TX - 75252

OBJECTIVE: Seeking full time employment as Quality Engineer in the global industry where my knowledge and experience will add value.

Expertise: - six sigma methodologies, Minitab, Presentation skills, Quality tools.


University of Texas at Dallas, Dallas, TX Aug 2013 – Dec 2015

Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering, GPA: 3.677

Faculty nominated Eric Jonsson Graduate Fellow with 100% tuition funding and stipend

Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Rajasthan, India Aug 2008 - May 2012

Bachelor of Technology in Mechanical Engineering, GPA: 3.40

Recipient of Merit cum means based scholarship for under-graduate education from Govt. of India


Engineering software: Minitab, Ansys, Abaqus, Catia, SolidWorks, AutoCAD, Bio CAD, Mat lab, Minitab, Speckle Track,

Lab machines & instruments: Drill, Lathe, Milling, Welding, Optical Microscopy, Thermocouples, Material properties tests, etc.

Programming: C, Data Structures and Algorithms, basic Java

General skills: Lean Quality Tools, Six Sigma & ISO Leadership, Windows OS, Linux OS, MS Office, MS Paint.

Active organizations: ISixSigma, International Association of Engineers


Quality Engineer, Johnson & Johnson, Texas, USA Mar 2016– Present

Implemented quality improvements in alignment with departmental strategies for Medical Device Distribution Center which helped us achieving zero pending inspections, 100 % accuracy for all parts physically and electronically, more storage space, clean& safe environment.

In collaboration with key business partners, identified opportunities to continuously improve quality, improve cost and time factors, initiate non-conformances, update procedures and perform change orders.

Managing quarantine cages, perform incoming inspection, audit and training, identifying preventive opportunities to continuously improve quality and understanding current and emerging regulations and their impact to quality distribution practices.

Mechanics of Materials, University of Texas at Dallas Aug 2012 - May 2013

Teaching Assistant in Mechanical Engineering Department

Set up the mechanic’s lab, assemble the lab equipment and help researchers using the lab equipment. Ex: - Instron machines, microscopes etc.

Conducted labs, delivered presentations, graded reports, fostered encouraging learning environment for 80 juniors

Ahmedabad Aviation and Aeronautics, Ahmedabad Summer 2011 Undergraduate Design Intern

Used Solid Works to successfully design & build prototype of a flying car.

Analyzed the functioning of numerous structural parts of Cessna 152 and Cessna 175.


Speedster – CAD model Aug 2013- Dec 2013

Modelled & simulated a personal mobility vehicle which can commute on air, land or water using Solid works, Ansys & Mat lab.

The design consists of frame, body parts, Suspensions. Wheels, tires, steering, mirrors, seats, lights, modified engine, exhausts etc.

Finite Element Methods for Analysis of 1D and 2D Beams using Ansys & Matlab Oct 2014- May 2015

Analyzed and compared a plane-strain uniformly distributed beam for Coarse, Fine and Very Fine meshes. Also Conducted Convergence study in terms of the maximum principle stresses.

Analyzed a model of an incompressible Mooney-Rivlin hyper elastic material model with T3 and Q4 elements.


Manufacturing and Mechanics Lab, University of Texas at Dallas Aug 2012 - May 2014

Graduate Thesis Project under Dr. Hongbing Lu

Engineered innovative solution to design, develop and implement an experimental setup to determine the Mechanical properties of Tissues, Polyurethane rubber and Surgical Mesh using techniques such as Digital Image Correlation, Fringe Projection and tensile testing.

Estimated Viscoelastic properties of above materials using fringe projection techniques & compared with results of tensile testing.

Created a model of tissues using solid works to analyze the mechanical properties of the same, using finite element analysis/Abaqus.

Center of Excellence in Renewable Energy, IIT Rajasthan Aug 2011 - Apr 2012

Undergraduate Research Project under Dr. Harinipriya Sheshadri

Designed a practically applicable thermocell for harnessing and converting sensible heat energy into electrical energy

Optimized working characteristics to develop low cost device (under $25) using activated charcoal and CNT as electrodes Paper

Published in Journal of Materials Research and Technology, Ms. Ref. No.: JMRT-D-12-00044

Article Title: Thermocells of carbon material electrodes and its performance characteristics


Lead Table Tennis team as a captain to many victories and won best player of the year at Indian Institute of Technology. 2011

Acted as a secretary for the business strategy game. Mar 2010

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